Luke Norris

Hookie Co. Honda ‘Wolf’

Luke Norris
Hookie Co. Honda ‘Wolf’

When it comes to custom motorcycles, a lot of shops specialize in building bikes on one manufacturer’s platform. At Hookie Co., it doesn’t matter if you’re starting with a BMW, Harley, Yamaha or Honda, the end result is a sight to behold—just like this 1978 Honda CB750 K7 they’ve dubbed “Wolf.” The first things you’re going to notice are the clean lines and menacing profile. This shouldn’t come as a surprise given their previous works—like the BMW Hammerhead—but a lot of that comes from custom work and modifications to the overall structure of the bike. The frame was cut down and a custom rear frame and seat were fabricated. The suspension was swapped out for a GSXR fork in front and a custom YSS Eco-Line in the rear. They also did a complete big bore rebuild on the engine. Wolf is finished off with a custom matte and gloss black paint job. We can’t wait to see what they turn out next.

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